Bubblewrapped Babies

We have to stop wrapping our children in bubble wrap.  Young people need to learn to deal with loss, pain, failure, disappointment, want, need, jealousy, and so on, or they’ll walk face first into adulthood unarmed and unprepared.  These experiences are vaccines for the soul.  Would you deny your child the sting of a needle if in the long run it made them stronger?

More to come later.  For now, keep pondering and challenging.


1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. itsmyfirsttime
    Jul 26, 2011 @ 20:11:18

    I feel you. A friend of mine recently took her daughter to have some cavities filled. She went on to tell me that they gave her “a little” laughing gas, to calm her down. I’m 31 years old and was not offered laughing gas as a child at the dentist office, I learned to deal with it.

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